The fields are ripe for harvest.


As a church we support several missionaries and organizations who are committed to working for the kingdom of God, both locally and throughout the world. Please pray for them as they face many trials for the sake of Christ. (Click on each group's title to visit their website.) * For security reasons, we have not listed all of the missionaries that we support financially and in prayer.

If you have questions or would like to find out how you can get involved in supporting these mission partners, please contact Sami Butler at 406.461.8797.

  • Family Promise® of Greater Helena assists families with children through tough times when they are without housing. Their mission is to help homeless and low-income families achieve sustainable independence. Life Covenant gives financial support to Family Promise, as well as serving as a host church throughout the year.

  • FCA's mission is to present to coaches and athletes, and all whom they influence, the challenge and adventure to receive Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord in serving him in their relationships and in the fellowship of the Church.

  • Florence Crittenton’s services are aimed at gathering around pregnant and parenting young families and providing them with the tools needed to be successful. At the heart of all of Florence Crittenton’s programs is the belief that by helping a young parent we are helping their child and enabling a young family to live a positive, healthy, and successful life.

  • GOD’S LOVE, Helena’s homeless shelter, provides three meals a day and emergency lodging to individuals and families. The facilities include nine family units for transitional living and provides showers and laundry services as well.

  • “Serving our neighbors in need by providing food in a respectful and dignified way and by working with others to eliminate hunger in the greater Helena area.” Many people from our congregation volunteer with Helena Food Share, and Life Covenant Church provides financial support. In addition, LCC’s middle and high school youth often host food drives for and volunteer at the local Food Share pantry. Last Thanksgiving our high school youth in Voltage collected 111 turkeys for Food Share’s Thanksgiving Boxes!

  • Good Samaritan Ministries, motivated by Catholic social teaching, works in our community to advance family life, human dignity, and the common good. They provide services to meet the physical, social, emotional, and spiritual needs of individuals and families of all faiths, especially those most in need.

  • Helena Area Habitat for Humanity was formed in 1992 and is part of a global, nonprofit housing organization operated on Christian principles that seeks to put God’s love into action by building homes, communities, and hope. Since 1992, the Helena Area Habitat for Humanity has built 32 homes and remodeled many more for families with low income.

  • When families need help with the complex emotional challenges children and teens sometimes face, Intermountain residential services in Helena offers innovative treatment developed from years of experience. The goal for their programs is to ensure that every child and family can thrive and grow.

  • Bringing hope to bush villages in northern Tanzania, East Africa in Jesus’ Name. Compassion Tanzania's primary ministry is to provide clean water and present the Gospel of Jesus Christ in remote villages through wells, primary and secondary schools, a ministry center, and two orphanages.

  • "Our ministries seek to encourage and equip by facilitating mutually supportive connections between churches, equipping them to represent the Gospel to their neighbors, and leveraging cross-cultural interactions to inform the mission of the whole Church."

  • The HANDS OF LUKE MINISTRY, along the Texas/Mexico border, provides medical care and food for many people in northern Mexico. On a daily basis the ministry feeds children in three centers and two orphanages in Juarez, Mexico. In addition to providing health care and food, Hands of Luke offers Bible studies and Sunday worship, as well as distributing gift bags.

  • The International Evangelism Center, located in Tanzania, East Africa, has trained over 6,000 Bible School students. Graduates have established over 1,600 churches. The center provides water wells, primary and secondary education for over 1,000 students, and vocational training.